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Friday, August 17, 2012

The Weekend in Black and White: Shadows on the bridge

I was struck by the tree shadows on the bridge.
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I couldn't decide which shot I preferred.
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21 comments:

Penelope Notes said...

There is something so mysterious about a forest photographed in black and white and the shadows that play such a key role in projecting the mood. Maybe this is why the old movies capture our imaginations even today. These photos are a nice contrast to the brilliant sunset sinking in the horizon out your bedroom window in your previous post. :)

Judy said...

Shadows catch my eye too, tho I don't always post them. I like them both too.

ZielonaMila said...

Interesting photographs, marvellous climate. I am greeting

Ruby Manchanda said...

Amazing as ever

Annemor said...

I like them both.
Mormor

Birgitta said...

Interesting and beautiful.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'd pick the second one, but I couldn't tell you why. You always pick the best subjects for B&W -- things I wouldn't think would make good photos that way and yours always do!!

James said...

Great shadows! Both shots are good!

Maboe said...

I like!

NatureFootstep said...

both of them are great shots. Lots of detail and shades of grey. Nice work.

HansHB said...

Great serie, a lot of details!
Perfect B&W post!

anemonen said...

I like the first one best. Lovely.

Kleppanrova.com said...

lovely photos
I like both

Monica S Engell said...

I liked the last one best! Great details in the photo!
:)

Rambling Woods said...

I like them both Carver...good eye

Dragonstar said...

Beautiful. I'd find it hard to choose, too!

Mildred said...

Very nice B&W!

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Donna Heber said...

They are both so gorgeous! Wonderful details.

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful shots, like both of them.

Rejen said...

Both are beatyful..;-D

RobertN said...

Great!

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